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Are matières graisses végétales vegan?

Matières graisses végétales is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is matières graisses végétales?

"Matieres grasses vegetales" is a French term that translates to "vegetable fat materials" in English. This ingredient is a type of fat derived from plants, often used in food processing as a substitute for animal-based fats. Vegetable fat materials can be made from a variety of sources, including coconut, palm, soybean, and sunflower oils. They are commonly found in baked goods, snack foods, and processed meats. While vegetable fats can be a healthier alternative to animal fats, they should still be consumed in moderation due to their high calorie content.

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